World Champions of 2018

A short time ago we posted about the World Chess Championships of 2018. Both champions managed to retain their titles after tough struggles in both competitions. Congratulations to women’s champion Ju Wenjun, who won a KO tournament, and to Magnus Carlsen who...

Launch of Chess Laboratory

We are delighted to announce that the ‘Chess Laboratory’ is now live! We are lucky to have so many great chess resources available online now – and we will be providing links to the best resources within the Chess Laboratory. However, we felt what was missing was some...

2018 World Chess Championship

The 2018 World Chess Championship starts today at The College, Holborn, London. Champion Magnus Carlsen will play 12 games against challenger Fabiano Caruana in what should prove to be a very tough match indeed. The official website can be found here. Further reports...

London Chess Conference

The 6th London Chess Conference, organised by ChessPlus, will be held in London on the weekend of 8-9 December. The theme of the conference is The Future of Chess in Education and many speakers are being assembled to deliver high-quality material. Of particular...